Perilaku Coping Masyarakat Menghadapi Banjir

Khasan, Mohammad and Widjanarko, Mochamad (2011) Perilaku Coping Masyarakat Menghadapi Banjir. Jurnal Psikologi UMK: PITUTUR, 1 (2). pp. 93-103. ISSN 2085-8655

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Various disasters hit Indonesia causing death, injury, permanent handicap, psychological trauma, and even harvest failure. Setrokalangan Village of Kudus Regency is frequently flooded caused by the overflowing of Wulan River. The community is forced to have a coping behaviour in dealing with the flood in order to survive. The purpose of the research is to know the type and intensity of the coping behaviour of Setrokalangan community who are victims of flood. Not all individu of the community from Setrokalangan Village can be the informant. Only those who have the specific identification which meets with research main problem can be the informants. The identifications are indigenous villagers of Setrokalangan Village, Kaliwungu Sub-district, Kudus Regency and victims of flood. Coping behaviour in the research refers to Lazarus & Folkman definition. Coping strategy is divided into two, problem focused coping (PFC) and emotional focused coping (EFC), which consist of 8 forms of coping strategy. They are confrontation, social support, problem solving plan, self control, diversion, positive value, responsibility to be taken, running or avoiding. Based on the coding of the interview and observation with three research informants, it can be concluded that the coping behaviour of the community of Setrokalangan Village of Kudus Regency who are the victims of flood tends to be confrontation, problem solving plan, self control, and running or avoiding.

Item Type: Article
Kata Kunci: flood, coping behaviour
Subjects: Filsafat. Psikologi. Agama > Psikologi
Filsafat. Psikologi. Agama > Psikologi > Psikologi > Kehendak. Keinginan. Kemauan. Pilihan, Kendali.
Program Studi: Fakultas Psikologi > Ilmu Psikologi (S1)
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Date Deposited: 16 May 2012 09:01
Last Modified: 16 May 2012 09:01

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